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Richard M. Trask releases another exciting book: “A Telling Experience”


“A bunch of little nothings actually add up to something,” we are told in “A Telling Experience,” a new and exceptionally creative book by Richard M. Trask.  It’s a fascinating assortment of a score of short stories pondering the puzzlement that complicates all human life.

These stories are extraordinary anecdotes from true life (the author’s own life, both childhood, and adult), emblematic of problems that all of us contend with.  They stem from everyday events that take a bizarre twist, making each story close to incredible, like a Tall Tale.  For example, have you ever paid twenty dollars for a single grapefruit? Or run a foot race against lightning bolts in a desert thunderstorm?

It’s a wild ride.  The line between real and surreal, mundane and insane, is a fine one. The author assures: “You’ll laugh your head off and cry your eyes out, but otherwise no harm done.”  In short, “A Telling Experience” tells all, and in doing so it steps into and through The Twilight Zone to explore and reveal hidden truths within the enigma of life. “A Telling Experience” is an amazing little work, a lot of substance in concentrated form.

“A Telling Experience” by Richard M. Trask is available on

About the Author

Richard M. Trask is the author of “The Complete Writer’s Guide:  Questions of Language,” and “Beowulf and Judith:  Two Heroes.”  He is a Professor of English Emeritus, University System of Maryland; Ph.D. in Old and Middle English, University of Illinois; a teacher of writing, medieval studies, Chaucer, and History of the English Language.

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